Three miles southwest of Dixie Town, which has its own airstrip, this Forest Service strip is in a wooded valley next to Crooked Creek. It usually is pretty smooth, but rodents are known to dig where they shouldn't. There are no camping amenities at the airstrip, but there is a developed campground one half mile down Crooked Creek. Trout fishing usually is good in Crooked Creek.
Airstrips have basic navigational aids and some additional services such as restrooms or camping facilities. May have road access to nearby attractions. Typically located in areas of high use, often in remote settings but maybe accessed by improved roads.
Stuck 'N Stay Emergency Accommodations
Jon De Leuw
Airstrip Manager:NEZPERCE FOREST, AIR OFFICER
District Director:Dave Irvin
Observation Date: September 24, 2021
Landed at Dixie USFS on 09/24/2021. Some longer grass on the first 400' of the south side of the runway otherwise the airstrip is in very good condition.